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Paideusis CyberRange: Development of scenarios for CAN-Bus applications

keywords CAN BUS, CAPTURE-THE-FLAG COMPETITIONS, CYBER CHALLENGES, CYBERRANGES, GAMIFICATION, GAMING, SECURITY

Reference persons PAOLO ERNESTO PRINETTO

External reference persons Gianluca ROASCIO (CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory)
Nicolò MAUNERO (CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory)
Gaspare FERRARO (CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory)
Antonio VARRIALE (Blu5 Labs, Malta)
Simone SODERI (IMT, Lucca)

Research Groups GR-21 - TESTGROUP - TESTGROUP

Thesis type MASTER THESIS

Description ECSO defines a cyber range as follows:

A cyber range is a platform for the development and delivery and use of interactive simulation environments. A simulation environment is a representation of an organisation’s ICT, OT, mobile and physical systems, applications and infrastructures, including the simulation of attacks, users and their activities and of any other Internet, public or third-party services, which the simulated environment may depend upon. A cyber range includes a combination of core technologies for the realisation and use of the simulation environment, and of additional components, which are in turn desirable or required for achieving specific cyber range use cases.

The CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory (https://cybersecnatlab.it) is developing a hybrid CyberRange, named PAIDEUSIS (Παίδευσις), which already provides several hardware facilities, including, among the other, servers, 200+ USB interfaces for VMs, 40 modems/routers, 40 Open security Platforms, 40 Platforms for Side Channel attacks, 40+ platforms for IoT and IIOT, SCADAs & ICS’, CanBus’s, etc.

The PAIDEUSIS CyberRange has already been extensively used within the CyberChallenge.IT national educational program (https://cyberchallenge.it).

We are now improving the set of challenges/scenarios for training in the domains of CAN-bus. In particular, both real hardware networks and emulated environments are going to be developed and delivered.

The purpose of the thesis is to propose new challenges to be submitted to students in the training phase, in the various local competitions and in the national competition at the end of the program.

The thesis activities will be carried out in collaboration with researchers of:
- CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory (https://cybersecnatlab.it)
- IIMT - Institute for Advanced Studies - Lucca
- Blu5® Labs Ltd (Malta)

Notes The thesis activities will be carried out in collaboration with researchers of:
- CINI Cybersecurity National Laboratory (https://cybersecnatlab.it)
- IIMT - Institute for Advanced Studies - Lucca
- Blu5® Labs Ltd (Malta)

The topic is so huge that several students can be involved in the activities.


Deadline 31/12/2022      PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA




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